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Structural Thermoset Composites


Fortium (High Glass Fiber Composites)

Fortium Structural Thermoset Composites are a series of composite products reinforced with 40% - 65% discontinuous glass fiber. This high level of reinforcement imparts high strength and impact resistance to these composite materials. The discontinuous nature of the reinforcement allows these materials to be molded into complex geometries by compression molding or injection molding processes.

Fortium Structural Thermoset Composites

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Material Description

2150 (VE-GF50)

Vinylester Structural Thermoset Composite with glass fiber. The glass fiber content is 50%. This product exhibits outstanding strength/weight performance when compared to common metal alloys like Aluminum 6061.

2465 (VEPU-GF65)

Vinylester/polyurethane Structural Thermoset Composite with glass fiber. The glass fiber content is 65%. This product exhibits outstanding strength/weight performance when compared to common metal alloys like Aluminum 6061.




Ultrium (Carbon Fiber Composites)

Ultrium Structural Thermoset Composites are a series of materials that raise the bar on stiffness as a function of weight to a level beyond that of Fortium STC®. The carbon fiber reinforcement of Ultrium STC® makes these products well suited for complex geometric applications that require performance optimized high stiffness and low weight.

Ultrium Structural Thermoset Composites

Product

Material Description

4450-3 (VEPU-CF50)

Vinylester/polyurethane Structural Thermoset Composite with 3K tow carbon fiber. The carbon fiber content is 50%. This product exhibits outstanding strength/weight and stiffness/weight performance when compared to common metal alloys like Aluminum 6061.